My Best Ever Premier League 11 – Includes Arsenal And Chelsea Pairings

Here is my all-time Premier League 11 – who’s yours?

Peter Schmeichel

With over 300 Premier League appearances to his name, the former Manchester United, Manchester City and Aston Villa goalkeeper is widely regarded as one of the best ever European shot-stoppers.

Gary Neville

‘No one grows up wanting to be a Gary Neville’ is a famous quote cited by former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher, but if you offered 400 Premier League appearances for Manchester United then the majority would bite your hand off.

Tony Adams

Adams bleeds Arsenal, and his 255 Premier League appearances proved that. His combative style and combination work with the likes of Lee Dixon, Nigel Winterburn and Steve Bould was the base of a lot of the Gunners’ recent success.

John Terry

Love him or loathe him, Terry has been an incredible player for Chelsea over the years. With nearly 600 Chelsea appearances to his name, the Blues skipper will certainly go down in the history books.

Ashley Cole

Another Chelsea defender in the shape of Ashley Cole. With nearly 600 career appearances between the west London club and Arsenal, 16 major trophies and 105 caps for England, there is no one who even comes close.

Cristiano Ronaldo

This one speaks for itself – we were blessed to have Ronaldo on our screens during his time at Manchester United and we are all wishing he comes back to the topflight one day.

Paul Scholes

One of the most technically-gifted players ever to play the game, Scholes is a hero to many. He finished his career with over 700 Manchester United appearances and 155 goals.

Steven Gerrard

Although Sir Alex didn’t think he was a top player, Gerrard has proved to us all that he is one of the best English midfielders of his generation.

Ryan Giggs

It’s easy to forget just how good Giggs once was, but watching videos on YouTube will give you a quick reminder. The Wales international appeared almost 1000 times for the club – which would have been some feat.

Thierry Henry

Considered one of the best centre-forwards ever created, the Frenchman appeared 258 times and scored 176 goals for the Gunners.

Alan Shearer

The former Newcastle, Southampton and Blackburn forward is still the all-time Premier League top scorer with 260 goals. Who is going to argue against his place in the side?